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Hillary Clinton takes jab at President Trump on Twitter

Hillary Clinton takes jab at President Trump on Twitter

But it's absurd to suggest that any Democratic candidate who was using the DNC data in 2016 was inheriting nothing, as Secretary Clinton said . Its data was mediocre to poor - nonexistent, wrong. Cli...

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Theresa May: UK response to terrorism must change

Theresa May: UK response to terrorism must change

Britain's 8 June election date "probably can not be changed" following an attack in London on Saturday night, which killed seven people , minister David Davis said on Sunday. "I'd like to repeat ...

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'Internal fight' within Washington damaged US-Russia ties: Russian envoy

So now comes the rumor of a shakeup within the White House's inner circle of communicators, as if pressing the reset button on a communications strategy will do anything when the leader they've be...

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John Kerry on Paris Pullout: Trump 'Put America Last'

Separately, Kremlin aide Andrei Belousov told reporters that the US withdrawal punched a gaping hole in the pact, rendering it unworkable. He said the deal required countries to modernise their ...

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Trump's tweets: The endearing political innocence of @realDonaldTrump

It didn't help that Trump, seemingly aware of his typo, goaded the masses to figure out what " covfefe " meant. If this was the first example of questionable contact between Trump's associates and t...

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Russia's Putin ridicules claims of meddling in US vote

USA intelligence has accused Putin of ordering a hacking and influence campaign to tilt last year's election in Trump's favour, after the billionaire pledged to boost ties with Moscow . During the ...

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Trump delays move of USA embassy in Israel

Trump delays move of USA embassy in Israel

A semi-annual presidential act, signing a waiver that maintains America's Israel embassy in Tel Aviv, has become a subject of heated speculation and debate, following Donald Trump's statements of in...

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Paris Climate Deal an 'article of faith'

On Thursday, the White House echoed Trump's comments about leaving the deal nearly verbatim, saying: "The Paris Accord is a bad deal for Americans." . Before his departure, Modi laid a wreath at the...

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USA will continue to reduce greenhouse emissions, says Tillerson

Trump's decision to pull the U.S. out of the deal that aims to lower global green house gas emissions has been met with strong criticism from various quarters across the world. The White House indic...

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House Intel Committee Issues New Subpoenas

Trump has repeatedly dismissed allegations that his campaign collaborated with Russian Federation ahead of the presidential election. "It's a slow process to get the IC to get us all of the documents"...

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US Supreme Court sets deadline for Muslim travel ban filings

This has added an interesting timing twist in the case, as if the Supreme Court decides to hear arguments - and allows the travel order to go into effect - the 90 day time limits in the executive o...

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Big US firms stay on White House panel despite climate jolt

His decision, announced on Thursday, triggered widespread global condemnation. He said he pulled out because the deal was bad for the USA economy and unfair, imposing more burdens on the US than top...

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Vladimir Putin wonders if USA hackers framed Russian Federation during presidential election

And the conversation turned out to be quite informative and fascinating. Julia Ioffe of The Atlantic is essential reading on all things Putin and Russian Federation, not least because she was born...

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Trump not planning to invoke executive privilege for Comey testimony - NY Times

Mr Comey has reportedly spoken with Special Counsel Robert Mueller - who is now overseeing the Russian Federation investigation for the Justice Department - to work out what he can publicly discus...

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UN chief: Climate action 'unstoppable,' nations should stay course

Trump peddled dozens of wildly disproved falsehoods in justifying exiting the agreement, which prompted swift backlash from the global community; diplomats; Trump's own Secretary of State , Rex ...

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World vows to defend pact

Meanwhile, European Council President Donald Tusk termed President Trump's decision "a big mistake". And if the president wants to break the promises made to our allies enshrined in the historic...

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Defying Trump, US states, cities and firms unite behind Paris accord

But the Steel City is hardly in Trump's corner on this one. Sustainability and environmental improvements have been one Reed's big pushes as mayor. Pruitt claimed Trump wants better terms within t...

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Hillary Clinton Calls Out Russia, Blaming Them For Her Loss Against Trump

A bitter Hillary Clinton sat back in her red Star Trek dentist chair and casually blamed the DNC for her election loss. Crooked Hillary Clinton now blames everybody but herself, refuses to say s...

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House Lawmakers Won't Vote On State Budget Before Session Ends

Lawmakers plan to return sometime this month but they are still far apart. Plainfield Republican Rep. Mark Batinick characterized the plan as "giving a starving man a cracker". That budget was not t...

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Bill Cosby in court for jury selection

Bill Cosby in court for jury selection

The trial will start June 5 near Philadelphia. Lawyers need 12 jurors and six alternates total for the trial starting June 5 near Philadelphia. All of the jurors selected so far are white. Lead la...

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Washington, California, New York Unite To Back Climate Pact

Washington, California, New York Unite To Back Climate Pact

When US President Donald Trump stood in the White House Rose Garden on Thursday and announced he was withdrawing the country from the Paris agreement on climate change , he attracted an outpourin...

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Former White House press officer Boris Epshteyn questioned in Russian Federation probe

Former White House press officer Boris Epshteyn questioned in Russian Federation probe

Kushner was joined by Michael Flynn, the retired general who would resign as Trump's national security adviser after reports that he secretly spoke with Kislyak about sanctions. White House aides al...

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Trump withdrawal from climate deal disappoints many United States companies

For all the blunt talk from President Trump on Thursday that " we're getting out " of the Paris Agreement, experts note that the United States can not legally begin to withdraw from the accord on ...

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Dunedin green lights climate change stand

Dunedin green lights climate change stand

The latest Gallup survey shows that only 2 percent of Americans cited the environment or pollution as the most important problem facing the country today, while more than 20 percent named economic...

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UK politicians suspend national campaigning after London attack - ITV

UK politicians suspend national campaigning after London attack - ITV

At the time of the attacks - around 10:00 p.m. local time (2100 UTC) - streets around London Bridge and Borough Market will have been crowded with people enjoying a Saturday night out in the distric...

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State Department won't say if Tillerson attended Trump climate speech

Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo on Friday disagreed with Trump's assertion that his decision was a good move for the American economy. In an interview on Thursday, the president of the World Coal Associa...

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India turns to solar power and cancels coal-fired power plants

However, many manufacturers are skeptical, and some have chose to take matters into their own hands. Job growth is important to those in every sector, but few industries are as important as energy. ...

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Davidson's run continues with 2-1 upset of FGCU

Davidson's run continues with 2-1 upset of FGCU

CLEMSON, S.C. - UNC Greensboro right-hander Matt Frisbee worked six scoreless innings as the fourth-seeded Spartans eliminated No. 3 seed St. John's from the NCAA Tournament's Clemson Regional with a ...

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Russia says North Korea nukes are a 'direct threat'

Russia says North Korea nukes are a 'direct threat'

The GMD system received the target tracking data and developed a fire control solution to intercept the target", read an excerpt from the Missile Defense Agency website. The missile would have flown...

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Former Penn State president gets jail time for failing to report Sandusky

Deputy Attorney General Patrick Schulte also pointed a finger at Paterno for the cover-up itself, saying the trio of administrators had meant to report Sandusky to child welfare officials until they m...

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